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Kenneth W. Graham, Jr.

Professor of Law Emeritus

Kenneth W. Graham, Jr. A.B. University of Michigan, 1957
J.D. University of Michigan, 1962
UCLA Faculty Since 1963
graham@law.ucla.edu
Biography | Bibliography

Books


Federal Practice and Procedure: Evidence, Vol. 21-30A (with Charles Alan Wright). West Publishing (1978-2014).

Evidence. 2nd ed. Casenotes (1996). Prior edition: 1st, 1989.

Understanding Law School. Casenotes (1990).


Articles and Chapters


Diligent Dave-A Remembrance, 43 Diligent Dave-A Remembrance 735 (2010).

Confrontation Stories: Raleigh on the Mayflower, 3 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 209-21 (2005).

Response, 55 University of Miami Law Review 1101-17 (2001). Symposium:  Evidence of Innocence Offered by the Criminal Defendant:  “Not So Fast.”

What's the Matter with Evidence?, 25 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 773-81 (1992). Symposium:  Does Evidence Law Matter?

State Adaptation of the Federal Rules: The Pros and Cons, 43 Oklahoma Law Review 293-314 (1990).

UCLA Law School's Faltering Commitment to the Latino Community: The New Admissions Process (with Cesar Chavez et al.), 9 Chicano Law Review 73-96 (1988).

Review Essay: "There'll Always Be England": The Instrumental Ideology of Evidence, 85 Michigan Law Review 1204-1234 (1987).

A Primer on Proof of “Other Crimes,”, 10 CACJ Forum 19-23 (1983).

Review Essay: The Persistence of Progressive Proceduralism, 61 Texas Law Review 929-48 (1983). Reviewing Discovery:  A Comparison Between English and American Civil Discovery Law with Reform Proposals, by Julius B. Levine.

The Politics of Federal Rulemaking: The Tangled History of Rule 410 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, 7 CACJ Forum 27-30 (1980).

The Right of Confrontation and the Hearsay Rule: Sir Walter Raleigh Loses Another One, 8 Criminal Law Bulletin 99-144 (1972).

The Preliminary Hearing in Los Angeles: Some Field Findings and Legal-Policy Observations, Part 1 (with Leon Letwin), 18 UCLA Law Review 636-757 (1971). Part 2, 18 UCLA Law Review 916-61 (1971).

The Right of Confrontation and Rules of Evidence: Sir Walter Raleigh Rides Again, 9 Alaska Law Journal 3-31 (1971).

The Right of Confrontation and Rules of Evidence: The Return of the Portuguese Gentleman, 9 Alaska Law Journal 3-17 (1971).

What is "Custodial Interrogation"?: California's Anticipatory Application of Miranda v. Arizona, 14 UCLA Law Review 59-134 (1966).